Breast Cancer Prevention through art, education, awareness & action
DID YOU KNOW...
Your Lymphatic System plays a big role in removing harmful toxins from your body?
Not only does it remove harmful toxins but it also helps fight infections such as cancer. Through a network of lymph vessels and nodes it collects waste material, fluid, viruses and bacteria that are in body tissue and out of the blood stream.
CLICK HERE to learn more about keeping your Lymphatic System healthy.
Megan went out all summer to educate young people on breast health and prevention education. Find out what she saw, learned and what will stay with her forever.
This summer on Vans Warped Tour we partnered with Breast Cancer Fund and Clean Water Action to ask kids what they knew about harmful chemicals in cosmetics and personal care. The answers amazed us and we want to know more!
Finding the silver lining in something as difficult as cancer ma sound next to impossible, but Mona shares why it’s so important & how this book can help.
Keep A Breast and Vans Warped Tour 2015 headliners Pierce The Veil are joining forces to spread the word about breast cancer prevention. Start a fundraising page and enter to win a VIP fan experience to meet Pierce The Veil and watch their show from stage!
Philanthropy is a two-way relationship; it isn’t just about giving, it’s about making positive change in your own life and the lives of others. Keep A Breast Founder, Shaney Jo Darden shares 4 easy steps to being a genuine do-gooder.
Adam Rosante, fitness expert and author of The 30 Second Body, does more than just tell you how to be toned; he incorporates health and fitness into your overall happiness. Many of us reach for temporary happiness, but Adam has some secrets to attaining constant happiness and well-being.
Every month Mohawk Bend in Echo Park gives a piece of the pie to a local non-profit. For the month of January, we have worked with Mohawk Bend to make a special cancer-fighting pizza, fueled with the power of curry.
Taylor Swift announced on her tumblr this morning that her mother was diagnosed with cancer. Her heartfelt letter urges all of her fans to encourage their parents to take time out of their busy lives, for their own health and well-being, and get checked.
They are the seasonal or all yearlong annoyance that we never look forward to. The itchy watery eye, sneezing, shortness of breath, and overall discomfort of allergy symptoms seems like it is for nothing, but they may be decreasing your risk for breast and other cancers.
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The Keep A Breast Foundation™ is a nonprofit organization with a mission to empower young people around the world with breast health education and support.